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AARP Minnesota offers presentations and workshops on a wide range of topics, such as fraud and scam
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By Pamela Schmid
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Social isolation and poverty is a big problem for seniors in our community.  Without a local network of
Make a Difference
AARP Minnesota represents over 65,000 people across the state, and we're proud to make a difference in the communities you live in.  We're passionate about helping Minnesotans build a strong financial future, providing care for the caregivers, keeping your savings safe, finding ways for you to save, and more.  We rely on volunteers to help us carry out our mission, and we're always looking for more people to join our efforts.  As a volunteer, you can make an impact in so many ways.  Whether you're passionate about advocating at the Capitol, helping people save money, fighting fraud, being an AARP ambassador, or all of the above, we need you.  Below, take a look at the ways you can get involved with AARP Minnesota.
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Know an extraordinary volunteer age 50 or older?  Want to help raise money for a worthwhile cause? You can do both by nominating someone for the
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This story was originally published on June 6th, 2016.  In anticipation of our upcoming AARP Serves event, which will take place at Bridging on Thursday, May 25th, we encourage you to read about Fran Heitzman and his work.  Please also consider volunteering at the event, which you can learn more about here.
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AARP is working with Pollen Midwest, a nonprofit organization that promotes community building, to create the second annual Minnesota 50 Over 50 list. The crowd-sourced list will honor 50 Minnesotans 50 or older who are making a difference in their community.
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By Pamela Schmid
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Marie Knapp knows what it’s like to be lonesome.  As someone who has moved frequently, she has felt what she calls “the sting of loneliness” that comes with a new town.  Born in Haiti and adopted by a couple from the United States, Marie spent her childhood moving around Michigan with her family, who often had to relocate for her dad’s job.  Once Marie graduated from high school, she continued to move—Georgia, Mississippi, Ghana, and Jamaica, among many other locations.  Upon moving to Minneapolis in 2015, Marie decided to get to know her new community by reaching out to seniors who are at risk of the isolation and loneliness like she’d felt before.
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By Bev Bachel
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